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[29 May 2006|11:20am]

Chapter One:

1: In the Beginning, there was Nothing.

2: And the Nothing was Everything.

3. And it was Good.

4. There was No-Space and No-Time.

5. There was the No-Thing and the No-Space and the No-Time.

6. And it was Good.

7. All things that were and were not were as one thing.

8. For all things were No-thing.

09. Such was the Beginning, before Space and Time were.

10. And so it was Good.

Chapter Two:

1. There was no silence and no noise.

2. For silence and noise are things.

3. And all things were No-thing.

4. There was no darkness and no light.

5. For darkness and light are things.

6. And all things were No-thing.

7. There was no heat, and there was no cold.

8. For heat and cold are things.

9. And all things were No-thing.

10. And so it was Good.

Chapter Three:

1. Form without form.

2. Light without light.

3. Heat without heat.

4. Voice without voice.

5. Mind without mind.

6. Self without self.

9. All was No-thing.

10. And so it was Good.

Chapter Four:

1. In the silence that was not silence,

2. There was a Voice that was not a Voice.

3. This Voice did Speak.

4. "I AM THAT I AM."

5. With this Word, all of Nothing was seperated.

6. The darkness seperated from the light.

7. The silence seperated from the sound.

8. The heat seperated from the cold.

9. The Self did seperate from the Self.

10. And so it Was.


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THE RE-FORMATTING [25 Apr 2006|03:25pm]

It's been a while since I've had anything to say here in THE OUTER CHURCH.

I apologise, my children.

I still love you, I promise.

Alright, I'm lying. You're all maggots, and not fit to lick my boot-heels. Still, you're obviously BETTER maggots than the rest of the APE-DESCENDED SCUM that you no doubt constantly wallow with.

With luck, if you are all good little maggots, you will one day metamorphose into flies, and then everything will be better.


So, we begin re-formatting THE OUTER CHURCH.

We have GOALS now, we have a PURPOSE.

What are those goals, what is that purpose?


Expect more abuse and degradation enlightenment soon.

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Wow this is real? [29 Sep 2005|02:18pm]

Cambodian Killing fields? Plague of Zombies
This is a totally fucking great story. And by great I mean grab the silver cross and the shotgun shells. Buy food in cans. Cause the End in fucking nigh!

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I Got Another Confession To Make... [13 Jul 2005|12:19pm]

[ mood | thoughtful ]

I don't really want another one night stand. They always leave me cold. What i want is to fall in love. But how do you explain that to a guy who thought he was signing on for no strings attached, totally discreet sex? How do you explain to him that the first thing you want when you roll over is't a cigarette, but rather his arms around you?

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Heresies : The Ordo Astaroth-Astarte [03 May 2005|03:49pm]

There is no separation between "Mind", "Body" and "Soul". All three are integral parts of each other, and one cannot exist independently of the other two.

The key to freeing all three is to experience as much as possible.

All that matters is experience. The greater the variety and extremity of experience, the better.

No single experience is "good" or "bad". Pain is every bit as valid an experience as pleasure.

Terms of morality and ethics are cultural-specific and malleable. In the greater scheme of things, neither morality or ethics have any real meaning.

To seek out new experiences of greater and greater extremity is the greatest aspiration.

To avoid an experience due to the restrictions of current mores and ethos is the only sin.

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Hierarchy Within The Outer Church [28 Apr 2005|06:42pm]

At the head of theouterchurch sits THE EMPEROR . The Emperor is both the commander and the preparer of the Outer Church. It is the duty of the Emperor to decide in what direction the Outer Church and all of it's various functionaries and laity's should go, and to lay out a course of action to follow that direction.The Emperor is the "Point of First Contact" with the Outside and the Faithful of the Outer Church. It is the Emperor who travels directly into the Abyss, and prepares the way for the Faithful to follow It into said Abyss. This position is analogous to the Pope in the Catholic Church. Also like the Pope, the position of Emperor is for life. Unlike the Pope, it is NOT an electoral position, nor does it have any prerequsities beyond the desire to be Emperor itself. In order to be Emperor, one must locate the current Emperor, and remove It from the Throne by any means necessary.

(Good luck with that.)

The Duty of The Emperor:

The Emperor decides on the course of the Outer Church. In the over-all sense, the Outer Church moves away from the bulk of society. Hence the name. It exists outside societal norms. The Emperor decides exactly where and how the Church as a whole does this. One Emperor may view the Outer Church as a cult of sadistic pain-fetishists, whereas the next may view it as a philosophical movement dedicated to undermining the intellectual underpinnings of society as a whole. Regardless of the individual choice, each Emperor is responsible for keeping the various functionaries beneath It in line, and seeing to it that they direct the faithful in ways according to It's Will.

The Role of The Emperor:

Much like the Pope, The Emperor provides a visible example for all of the Faithful. It is the Emperor who acts as the model representative of behavior for all of the functionaries and laity's of the Outer Church. A crude Emperor may wallow in scatological excesses, while a subtle one may be nearly invisible, known more by the effects of his or her passing than by the actual presence. Either way, in any form, it is expected of both the laity and the functionaries to follow the example set by the Emperor in their day to day lives.

It goes without saying that the Emperor demands absolute obedience, and has the power to declare any of the myriad individuals and philosophies that comprise the doctrines of the Outer Church valid or invalid on a whim.

Directly beneath the Emperor sit the Hierophants. Since The Emperor is frequently insane (at least by current standards),their proclamations may be somewhat...difficult...to understand.The Hierophants interpret both the Emperor's actions and the chaotic whims of the Outside for the dual purposes of maintaining the entropic purity of the Outer Church, and for clarification of the Emperor's decrees to the masses. If the Emperor is the "Point of First Contact", then the Hierophants act as "lenses" to both focus the raw entropic power of the Emperor AND to shield the other functionaries and laity from the sheer magnitude of the Outside's vast and unthinkable terror. Hierophants are expected to have a certain degree of psychic fortitude, as, obviously, dealing with the Emperor on a regular basis can be somewhat debilitating. To become a Hierophant, one must simply declare oneself to be one. The position itself is so highly demanding that no one who isn't competent to perform the role can do so for long.

The Duty of the Hierophants:

Hierophants reflect and refine the themes and directions set forth by the Emperor in a fashion that can be more easily understood by the laity of the Church. They also act as apostles and disciples to the Emperor, and spread It's teachings to all of the functionaries and laity of the Church itself. Hierophants are considered to be the Emperor's Voice, and as such, have a duty to speak in that Voice clearly and in a fashion that may be Understood.

The Role of Hierophants:

Hierophants are teachers,instructors, and interpreters. They guide the lesser functionaries and laity along the path set by the Emperor, and provide a more understandable and accessible reference point for said laity.

Hierophants should be questioned by the laity, in order that their teachings and interpretations may be more clearly understood.


Cardinals have little similiarity to their namesakes in the Catholic Church. Each Cardinal in the Outer Church is a law unto themselves. In the Outer Church, a Cardinal is someone who has chosen to focus themselves on one aspect of their entropic being completely and totally, and serves as a sterling example of that aspect for all around them.One Cardinal may serve as simple a concept as Lust, and stand at the head of a pornographic empire of perversion, while another may serve such an esoteric and occulted aspect that no onebut that Cardinal really understands what he or she is doing. To become a Cardinal, one must be Recognised either by the Emperor directly, or by a majority decision by the existing Hierophants. Obviously, those Cardinals Recognised by the Emperor take precedence over those Cardinals who are "voted in". In order to gain either form of Recognition, an individual must spend years devoting him or herself to an ideological concept and becoming a virtual avatar of that concept. The concept must also be one that is acceptable to the nature of the Outside, it almost goes without saying.

The Duty of the Cardinals:

Each Cardinal has a different duty, but all share the similiar goals of being a sterling example of a single focused aspect of the Outside. What that is, is up to the individual Cardinal.

The Role of the Cardinal:

The Cardinal acts as a direct agent of entropic chaos in the world. Individuals my or may not choose to follow the Cardinal's example.


Hierarchs act as Bishops for the Outer Church. Each geographic area has it's own little mini-Emperor,the Matriarch or Patriarch, depending on the whim of the individual. Much like the Emperor, the Archos' word is Law within his or her area...but much like the Hierophants, the Archos are responsible for interpreting and delivering the Will of the Emperor to their flock.

The Duty of the Archos:

Each Matriarch or Patriarch of the city is responsible for caring for their laity in ways that the Emperor would approve of and in ways that are conducive in bringing more into contact with the Outside. They are responsible for providing methods for the laity to partake of the interpretations of the Hierophants. They are also responsible for seeing to it that any doctrinal lapses are punished.

The Role of the Archos:

The Matriarchs and Patriarchs of the Outer Church act exactly as their title suggests...they are the Mother and father of the Church within their territory. They are expected to teach, nurture, reward good service, and punish bad service.


The Ecclesiastics are the priests of the Outer Church. They ditate the proclaimations of the Patriarch or Matriarch, deliver sermons on the Outside, offer help and guidance to the individual laity, take confession, and provide a "local" example for the laity to follow.

The Duty of the Ecclesiastics:

Much like their counterparts in other churches, priests have a responsibility to spread the doctrines of the Outer Church in any fashion they see fit. Obviosuly, this may not follow the "usual" actions of those other priests. One ecclesiast may sell drugs to party-kids, another may run an up-scale prostitution ring for politicians and clergymen, while yet another may run a book-club at the local community college that focuses on "banned" or "forbidden" materials.

The Role of the Ecclesiastics:

The Ecclesiastics are the "foot in the door, so to speak. They pick and chip away at society to allow spaces for the Outside to creep in. They help the laity make the correct choices and perform the proper actions.


There are several positions that fall outside the normal hierarchy, an act as a supplement to it. There are the Archimandrites, who head the assorted Orders, Cults, and Brotherhoods within the Outer Church; there are the Vindicati, who act as the "military" wing of the Church; and a whole legion of other individual titles asumed by splinter-sects and sub-cults within the Outer Church. The above hierarchy is the main leading body, however, and all of the devotees of the Outer Church recognise it's Authority, whether openly or subconsciously.

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Nyarlathotep. [11 Apr 2005|03:58am]

Nyarlathotep differs from the other beings in a number of ways. Most of them are exiled to stars, like Yog-Sothoth and Hastur, or sleeping and dreaming like Cthulhu; Nyarlathotep, on the other hand, is active and constantly walking the Earth in the guise of a human being, usually a tall, slim, joyous man. Most of them have their own cults serving them, while Nyarlathotep seems to serve them and take care of their affairs in their absence. Most of them use strange alien languages, while Nyarlathotep uses human languages and can be mistaken for a human being. Finally most of them are powerful, while Nyarlathotep seems to be using deception, manipulation and even propaganda to achieve his goals. At that he is probably the most human-like among them.

Nyarlathotep enacts the will of the Outer Gods, and is their messenger, heart and soul; he is also a servant of Azathoth, whose wishes he immediately fulfills. Unlike the other Outer Gods, causing madness is more important and enjoyable than death and destruction to Nyarlathotep.

Nyarlathotep has many different forms (some literature refers to these forms as Masks, and says that he has a thousand of them), and is thus known by many different avatars:

* Ahtu: a huge mound of viscous material with several golden tentacles; this form is peculiar to the Congo.
* The Black Demon: a black-furred, winged and snouted monster. The creature is destroyed by light.
* The Dark Demon: a larger, more cunning version of the Black Demon.
* The Haunter of the Dark: A bloated, batlike creature with a single, burning, three-lobed eye that appears able to kill by fear alone. Like the Black Demon, it is destroyed by light.
* The Black Man: in legends about witchcraft, the Black Man was the being that sealed pacts between the Devil and witches; in the Cthulhu Mythos, it is Nyarlathotep who fills this role.
* Shugoran: a black humanoid figure playing some sort of horn, this form is worshiped by the Tcho-tcho people of Malaysia.
* The Dark Pharaoh: a hairless man with dead black skin and hooves for feet; this form is peculiar to Egypt. This form and the previous two appear to be slight variations on the same Mask.
* The Bloated Woman: a hugely obese woman with five mouths and many tentacles; this form is peculiar to China.
* The Faceless Sphinx
* The Father of Knives
* The Father of Locusts (Bringer of Pests): a horde of huge, spitting supernatural locusts.
* The Beast of the Lashing Tongue: A creature the size of a building, of vaguely humanoid stature but having three legs and immense, clawed arms. Its head is an immense blood-soaked tentacle in which a vast, gaping maw looms when the thing howls at the moon.
* The Messenger of the Old Ones (It is not known if this refers to a true form of Nyarlathotep or is merely a title)
* The Crawling Chaos
* The Small Crawler: a small human figure with four arms and three tentacles for legs.
* The Wailing Writher: a column of writhing black tentacles and screaming mouths.
* Xipe Totec (also called the Skinless One): a flayed, skinless corpse worshiped as a god by the Aztecs.


"And it was then that Nyarlathotep came out of Egypt. Who he was, none could tell, but he was of the old native blood and looked like a Pharaoh. The fellahin knelt when they saw him, yet could not say why. He said he had risen up out of the blackness of twenty-seven centuries, and that he had heard messages from places not on this planet. Into the lands of civilisation came Nyarlathotep, swarthy, slender, and sinister, always buying strange instruments of glass and metal and combining them into instruments yet stranger. He spoke much of the sciences - of electricity and psychology - and gave exhibitions of power which sent his spectators away speechless, yet which swelled his fame to exceeding magnitude. Men advised one another to see Nyarlathotep, and shuddered. And where Nyarlathotep went, rest vanished; for the small hours were rent with the screams of a nightmare." -- H.P. Lovecraft, Nyarlathotep

"What his fate would be, he did not know; but he felt that he was held for the coming of that frightful soul and messenger of infinity's Other Gods, the crawling chaos Nyarlathotep." -- H.P. Lovecraft, The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath

"There was the immemorial figure of the deputy or messenger of hidden and terrible powers - the 'Black Man' of the witch cult, and the 'Nyarlathotep' of the Necronomicon." -- H.P. Lovecraft, The Dreams in the Witch House

"There are references to a Haunter of the Dark awaked by gazing into the Shining Trapezohedron, and insane conjectures about the black gulfs from which it was called. The being is spoken of as holding all knowledge, and demanding monstrous sacrifices." -- H.P. Lovecraft, The Haunter of the Dark

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My Resignation. [04 Apr 2005|10:59pm]

[ mood | grateful ]

This entry is actually somewhat difficult for me to write.

I have to face the fact that I am simply not up to the challenge of building theouterchurch . That being said, I have found someone who I feel is adequate to the task. So...I hereby resign as titular head of theouterchurch and hand it over to it's new maintainer and titular head, the king_in_chains . I trust the king_in_chains will bring a fresh persepctive to theouterchurch that I am unable to provide. I thank you all for your support in this venture, and apologise for the inconvenience.

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Dossier: Archons [03 Apr 2005|07:22pm]
[ mood | blank ]

Archons.Collapse )

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DELL'ALBA DORATA [03 Apr 2005|07:00pm]

In questo contesto, è importante ricordarsi del quell'Israele Regardie, autore DELL'ALBA DORATA ed altri impianti su magick ceremonial, alchemia e l'occulto, sforzi in tutta la sua scrittura che l'uso costuming particolare, di profumo, colorati candele ed altre manipolazioni sensitive è una parte importante "di sorcery" reale, servente ad entrare il mago mentale nell'umore corretto per utilizzazione delle tecniche mentali di conjuration e della proiezione. Regardie, nella sua gioventù la segretaria corrispondente del sorcerer rinomato Aliester Crowley, ora era per molti anni un residente di Hollywood, la California ed in defunti. Possibilmente un gruppo dei maghi mentali del perverse, lavorante senza conoscenza diretta del Regardie, potrebbe tentare e continuare a tentare di usare queste tecniche di magick mentale in un senso murderous che sfida alla comprensione ordinaria. Con l'intenzione, il vostro corrispondente attuale deciso per andare investigatively oltre comprensione ordinaria e per usare l'un po'di calcolatore-collegato SPECIALMENTE.

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Notification to The Outer Church [25 Feb 2005|02:42pm]

[ mood | busy ]

I had originally set up this community to build my own religion, or at least, to lay the foundations thereof. It has gone through several changes since then, and I do not apologise for any of them. I am going to move the community back over the next few weeks to it's original purpose, once I decide on the most efficacious manner in which to do so. I would like to ask all of you at this time to re-consider your membership. Many of you have been very insightful, and I appreciate that greatly, but what I am considering doing may be at the best, uninteresting to most of you, and at the worst, offensive and or distasteful.

SO, I'm offering another "Get Out of Jail Free Card" for everyone. If you are not interested in converting to my new-born religion, then simply say nothing. I will remove you from the community when I re-format, and there will be no onus, obligation, or hard feelings on anyone's part. I will more than likely keep everyone informed as to my doings here in my main journal, so if you are merely curious as to how it's working out, rest assured you can look there.

If you decide to stay, I can promise you that I will be a harsh taskmaster. I will hold expectations for you as high as the ones I hold for myself, and I will not apologise or be diplomatic in my demeanor. There will be lessons to be learned, and examples to be made. It will not be pleasant. I advise each of you strongly to avoid such a decision, as I cannot beheld responsible for the changes that may occur both here, and within your own life as a result thereof.

I would at this time like to thank all of you for your participation and your perseverance, and, as I said, regardless of your decision, I will continue to wish you well, and look forward to hearing your input in my main journal.

I will leave this notification up for two weeks, at which point I will take it, an everything that has been posted previously, down, to clear the way for the New Order.

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Finally joining [14 Feb 2005|12:18am]

I've been watching this community for a long time, and I think it's time I finally joined.

Name: Pat
Age: 23
Brief Introduction: A writer, a thinker, a seeker of knowlege, and skeptic of truth, a geek, and a fat, fat man.
What do you hope to learn here: To shed my socialized fear of the "dark side" of things
What do you hope to teach here: Whatever I can

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Elemental sympathy. [05 Jan 2005|12:44am]

This is part of a journal entry I made a while back, but I re-read it and it got me to thinking...

I went swimming a few nights ago. I went swimming by moonlight. I almost went skinny dipping, but Dad was still awake. It was wonderfully cold. It's been a long time since I've been swimming. I crawled in the pool slowly. I walked to the deep end. I let out all my air and sank to the bottom. Then I began to breath the water, just like I always have. I became a sea creature kept in someone's pool. In the water I was graceful and smooth, cunning, sinister. Out of the water I was crustacean like, quick but ridged. I floated on the surface in a crucifixion pose and drown my brain for a few minutes. I stared at the moon and she stared back at me. We winked at each other because we both knew we were the same. Avasulactimate Techichillion Escarot is our name."

So, I was wondering if any of you have an Elemental sympathy. Mine is obviously water, even though I'm a fire sign. But, it makes sense, I was conceived near a stream and I was born in a place called Lake Havasu City. I could swim before I could walk (and that's not an exaggeration and walking came right after). I have always had a great love and feeling of connection with water.

Anyway, what is your sympathy if you feel you have one?


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Introduction [05 Dec 2004|04:16am]
Name: Thomas Lassiter
Age: 22
Brief Introduction: See name; age.
What do you hope to learn here: Interpretations of the bizarre by those who are interested in the bizarre.
What do you hope to teach here: Myself.

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Discussion: Moral Outrage. [27 Nov 2004|01:33pm]

Three links to read as preparatory material.

First: From the Alaska Journal: Daughter arraigned on murder charges.

Second: The young lady's last Livejournal post: Just to let everyone know, my mother was murdered.

Third: The comments in the young lady's art journal: I live in Alaska, a very small town which I'm sure most of you have never heard of.

Discussion topic: Moral outrage.

Familiarise yourself with the subject, and then read over the comments to the last posts. Take note of individual's reactions to the scenario, and to each other's comments. What do you see as the prevalent "moral outrage" in the scenario? What are your thoughts and opinions on the various statements made in defense of and excoriating the the subject?

Important note: The actual case itself is not the focus of the discussion, but the reactions TO the case by outside observers.

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Discussion: Torture [26 Nov 2004|06:59pm]

[ mood | curious ]

Everyone is a potential torturer

All humans are capable of committing torture and other 'acts of great evil'. That is the unhappy conclusion drawn from an analysis of psychological studies.Collapse )

vovinoiad 's addendum:

What are your thoughts and opinions on the use of torture? In which situations would you deem it "necessary", and in which situations would you be capable of torturing another human being? (Try to avoid the knee-jerk reaction of "Oh, I could NEVER do that." Think on the concept for a moment..what if one of yor loved ones was threatened, or was taken by someone? Think of a scenario in which you WOULD torture someone.)


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[introduction] [19 Nov 2004|01:15pm]

Name: Sasha

Age: eighteen.

What do you hope to learn here: What drives human beings to do the things they do.

What do you hope to teach here: The experience of one single human being, and hopefully an understanding of a small piece of humanity.

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Discussion: Evil [16 Nov 2004|02:22pm]

(the following is from the Merriam-Webster's dictionary.)
Pronunciation: 'E-v&l, British often and US also 'E-(")vil

--Function: adjective
Inflected Form(s): evil·er or evil·ler; evil·est or evil·lest
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English yfel; akin to Old High German ubil evil
1 a : morally reprehensible : SINFUL, WICKED (an evil impulse) b : arising from actual or imputed bad character or conduct (a man of evil reputation)
2 a archaic : INFERIOR b : causing discomfort or repulsion : OFFENSIVE (an evil odor) c : DISAGREEABLE (woke late and in an evil temper)
3 a : causing harm : PERNICIOUS (the evil institution of slavery) b : marked by misfortune : UNLUCKY

--Function: noun
1 a : the fact of suffering, misfortune, and wrongdoing b : a cosmic evil force
2 : something that brings sorrow, distress, or calamity

(The following is from The American Heritage Dictionary:)

The antithesis of good. The philosophical problem of evil is most simply stated in the question, why does evil exist in the world? Death, disease, and sin are often included in the problem. Traditional Christian belief ascribes evil to the misdeeds of humans, to whom God has granted free will. The Christian systems that believe in predestination and justification by faith claim, like their Christian opponents, that God is still not the author of the evil men do. One explanation of evil is dualism, as in Zoroastrianism and Manichaeism. In optimism evil is treated often as more apparent than real. The book of Job is a literary treatment of the problem. 1
See R. Taylor, Good and Evil (1970); F. Sontag, The God of Evil (1970); R. Stivers, Evil in Modern Myth and Ritual (1982); D. Parkin, ed., The Anthropology of Evil (1987).

(the following is from Dictionary.com:)

e·vil Audio pronunciation of "evil" ( P ) Pronunciation Key (vl)
adj. e·vil·er, e·vil·est

1. Morally bad or wrong; wicked: an evil tyrant.
2. Causing ruin, injury, or pain; harmful: the evil effects of a poor diet.
3. Characterized by or indicating future misfortune; ominous: evil omens.
4. Bad or blameworthy by report; infamous: an evil reputation.
5. Characterized by anger or spite; malicious: an evil temper.


1. The quality of being morally bad or wrong; wickedness.
2. That which causes harm, misfortune, or destruction: a leader's power to do both good and evil.
3. An evil force, power, or personification.
4. Something that is a cause or source of suffering, injury, or destruction: the social evils of poverty and injustice.

adv. Archaic

In an evil manner.

[Middle English, from Old English yfel. See wap- in Indo-European Roots.]


What are the contradictions (if any) in the above definitions? What is your personal definition of "evil", and how have you reached that definition?

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[15 Nov 2004|11:26pm]

Name: M.
Age: I like to say that age doesn't matter but I believe it does. I am 24. My insurance states that I am 25. It's a lie.
Brief Introduction: I was force fed Occult mysticism and Spirituality for four years. When I got out on my own I realized that the brainwashing had taken a strong hold on me, and now, while I understand very little of it, I seek out such topics in hopes to fulfill my programing. I don't mind.
What do you hope to learn here: Other opinions and thoughts about the subjects I have been choking on for the past years.
What do you hope to teach here: Supreme Apathy.

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intro [15 Nov 2004|04:34pm]

[ mood | curious ]

Brief Introduction: I am not religous and thought this would be a good place to look around
What do you hope to learn here: that there are more like me
What do you hope to teach here: that there are more like me

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